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reshman Lydia Stewart sorts through a box of booksat a sale Wednesday outside Davis Library. The sale was hosted by Information and Library Sciencestudents. The proceeds go to the Prison Books Collective, agroup that supplies inmates with reading materials.
Someone reported that they observed a person disposing of $100 worth of firearms or ammu-nition at 1:23 p.m. Monday onBynum Street, according to ChapelHill police reports.
Somebody stole a laptop fromSigma Nu fraternity between 4:30a.m. and 8:30 a.m. March 17 at109 Fraternity Court, according toChapel Hill police reports.The student reported Monday that the laptop was worth $2,500,reports state.
Somebody stole a T-MobilemyTouch from the gym at EastChapel Hill High School between4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Friday, accord-ing to Chapel Hill police reports.The phone was worth $300,reports state.
Somebody took $12 from thetip jar at Cold Stone Creamery atabout 10 p.m. Tuesday at 131 E.Franklin St., according to ChapelHill police reports.The business got the money back, reports state.
When police served a war-rant for arrest to a Durham manTuesday at 510 W. Franklin St.,they found 4 grams of marijuanain his possession, according toChapel Hill police reports. Antonio Donovan NelsonFarrington, 23, was charged withmisdemeanor breaking and enter-ing and possession of marijuana,reports state.He was released on a writtenpromise to appear in court May 17, reports state.
A 31-year-old man was serveda warrant for arrest for assault ona female at 8:48 a.m. Tuesday atthe Food Lion at 1720 FordhamBlvd., according to Chapel Hillpolice reports.Rodrigo Navarro was taken tothe Orange County Jail with no bond, reports state.
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. Facebook won’t just drain your time,it also makes you more likely to get an STD.British health experts have linked a rise insyphilis with a rise in social networking use.The rise is credited with the ease created by Facebook and other sites of meeting strangersfor casual sexual encounters. A Facebook spokesman advised users to be care-ful when meeting up with strangers met online.
. “I’ve heard anecdotally that sincethe trees have been cleared, it’s quietened downa lot!”— Jean Rigby, a Lancashire, England, townleader explaining the town’s rationale behind cut-ting down 6,000 trees as a way of deterring indi- viduals from sneaking into the woods for sex.The forest, planted after World War II, is well-known in the area as a popular “dogging” location.
n Illinois woman barricaded herself in her house for hours earlier thismonth in fear of a goose that was making the moves on an ornamentalgoose in her yard.“I opened up the door and saw this big bird next to my concrete goose,”Joanne Martin said. “When I opened the door, he put down his bill and started com-ing after me. I was scared to death.”Friends who answered Martin’s calls for assistance weren’t able to dissuade thegoose for some time but eventually snuck the fake goose into a shed. The amorousgoose then lost interest and eventually wandered off.Martin plans to keep the ornamental goose in her shed indefinitely.
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